Do we need a special prosecutor to investigate alleged Trump-Russia ties? | The Tylt
In the wake of President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, critics are calling the move an abuse of power and an obstruction of justice. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding Congress or the Attorney General take the FBI investigation of alleged Trump campaign ties to Russia out of the hands of partisans and appoint a special prosecutor. But others say Comey's firing was just, and it's time for the investigation to be concluded and move on. What do you think?
Do we need a special prosecutor to investigate alleged Trump-Russia ties?
Comey's firing was long overdue and well deserved. Inconsistent, constantly inserting himself where he shouldn't.— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) May 10, 2017
Comey's deserved dismissal was w/HRC's emails or right when DJT took office— Bits and Pieces (@BrutallyRandom) May 10, 2017
Firing AFTER he starts investigating treason? That's the issue
Comey deserved firing but that's not why Trump fired him. Wants to cripple Russia investigation.— Philip Rotner (@PhilipRotner) May 9, 2017
I've spent the last several hours trying to find an acceptable rationale for the timing of Comey's firing. I just can't do it.— Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) May 10, 2017
It's easy to jump on the train that 🍊 fired Comey because he was investigating him and "getting close" but reality is Comey was incompetent— Chuck Reynolds 🌐 (@ChuckReynolds) May 9, 2017
We don't need a special prosecutor.FBI will continue— @carolinaqueens (@cbab1232001) May 10, 2017
Intel committee investigating,House is also.Ignore the moron Schumer and his obstruct.
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